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CSL-CCR Prospectus 2012 - Online

CSL - Center For Carbonate Research

Research Program Prospectus 2012


The Research Program Prospectus 2012 is ready and available for download from the webpage.
It can be downloaded in the Research Section (here, project by project) or in the form of the full Research Program Prospectus (Download).
This year's program offers 21 indiviual projects in the five main themes: Carbonate Systems and Reservoir Characterization, Petrophysics and (Near Surface) Geophysics, Microbialites, Unconventional Reservoirs  and Geochemistry.
The research results will be presented at the Annual Review Meeting, October 15-16, 2012.



Field Seminars 2012

The CSL - CCR offers two field seminars to the Bahamas/Exumas in 2012:

Facies Successions on Great Bahama Bank
Implications for Exploration and Reservoir Characterization

Leaders: Gregor P. Eberli, Paul M. (Mitch) Harris and G. Michael Grammer
Date: June 18-23, 2012

This five day field seminar illustrates the vertical and lateral facies successions and heterogeneities of Great Bahama Bank. The seismic and core workshop on day 1 depicts the architecture of the prograding western margin of Great Bahama Bank. During the field seminar we explore the spatial heterogeneity within a carbonate platform, a facies belt and individual facies bodies, while simultaneously exploring the fundamental controlling processes.

Heterogeneity of Bank-Margin Ooid Sands - Depositional Models and Reservoir Analogs - Exumas, Bahamas

Leaders: Donald F. McNeill, Gregor P. Eberli, and Paul M. (Mitch) Harris
Date: June 24-29, 2012

The seminar will illustrate the exploration-scale facies relationships and dimensions as well as reservoir-scale features in a high-energy platform margin including the spatial distribution of the sub-environments, disconformities, sub-aerial exposure horizons.

Registration for both Field Seminars (by May 1, 2012):
or by phone 1-305-421-4684

More information about the seminars can be found in the CSL Research Propsectus and the Field Seminar Pages (here)

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